Distributing the Date and Time Picker 6.0 (SP6)

Hello,

I have a Access app which uses the Date and Time Picker 6.0 (SP6) control, but I can't seem to make this work on my client's computer, where this shows blank.

In VBA on my PC, I have gone trough VBA > Debug > Compile, and it gives me no messages (so I assume that it compiles successfully?), but when I go to my client, its blank, and no installation shield pops up (if its supposed to).

As well, is the Date and Time Picker 6.0 (SP6) a part of the mscomm2.ocx ?  I have also trying manually doing Regserv32 on this with no results.

Any ideas?
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jet46Commented:
The date and time picker is part of MSCOMCT2.OCX  not mscomm2.ocx  so make sure you have the correct OCX registered
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jet46Commented:
Also, please make sure that your clients have the same exact version of MSCOMCT2.OCX as you or this can lead to problems.
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APD TorontoSoftware DeveloperAuthor Commented:
jet, how can I check if MSCOMCT2.OCX is indeed registered on a machine?
 
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jet46Commented:
From Access, go in to a module so you can load the Visual Basic editor.  At the top select Tools -> References.  Make sure "Microsoft Windows Common Controls - 2" is checked and that there are no missing references.  

Also, from a DOS prompt, type in          regsvr32 mscomct2.ocx     and you should get a message saying Succeeded.  Otherwise, there is a problem with the mscomct2.ocx file you have installed.
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APD TorontoSoftware DeveloperAuthor Commented:
they had an older version.  thank you.
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